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Research Shows Spinal Decompression

Reduces Disc Herniation Size up to 90% In a Majority of Patients

While Decreasing Pain 90%

Decreased Disc Herniation
Just one of many satisfied patients

“I had piercing pain down my right leg from a disc herniation”

“I first came in with a Lumbar Disc Herniation after a weight lifting injury. The pain was pinching and piercing down my right leg. It caused abnormal nerve sensations and led to a decrease in life enjoyment. I had a significant amount of numbness and tingling radiating down my leg as well. On a scale of 1 to 10, the pain was a 7. I tried Chiropractic care, pain meds, exercise and an inversion table. Seriously, nothing helped. I decided to take matters in my own hands, and found Spinal Decompression online. My first concerns were if the treatment would work for me and if I would need to come in for the rest of my life. My recovery process has been both fast and enjoyable. As a result of my treatment, I now enjoy daily exercise, time with family and can finally sleep soundly at night! The only drawback is that now I can no longer use my back pain as an excuse to miss family reunions. I would highly recommend Spinal Decompression.”
~ Chase G.

Subjects’ Condition

  • Herniated Discs
  • Degenerated Discs
  • Torn Annulus

Prior to Treatment

  • Pain in back and down the leg
  • Numbness in legs
  • Weakness

5-Week Protocol

  • 20 treatments
  • Force of Pull = 1/2 body weight plus 10 lbs
  • Force alternated with 30 seconds of relaxation to 50 pounds

Post Treatment

  • Over 90% reduction of nucleus herniation in 71% of patients
  • Torn annulus repair is seen in all
  • Virtually all subjects have sufficient relief of pain to return to work
  • 71% had significant pain relief and complete relief of weakness
  • 90%+ had numbness in the leg disappear
  • 86% had “good” to “excellent” relief of Sciatic and back pain
  • 28% had rapid relief in as few as 3 treatments
  • 85% improved clinically
  • Only 6% recurrence rate at 1 year

Source: CT MRI Neurosonology PET SPECT Brain Mapping, Journal of Neuroimaging, Volume 8 / Number 2, April 1998.
Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. All spinal decompression devices currently registered with the FDA have received their 51O K clearance by claiming their device is substantially similar to predicate traction devices.

Dr. Leslie of the Mayo Clinic Shows
Spinal Decompression to be

Up to 88.9% Effective

for NECK and BACK PAIN !

Spinal Decompression is up to 88.9% effective for neck and back pain
Just one of many satisfied patients

“I can do just about anything now”

“I was suffering from Herniated Discs in my lower back. The pain was the worst pain I have ever felt in my life. It was so bad that I could not sit in the chair in the front lobby waiting to meet the Doctor for the consultation. I was actually lying on the floor when we met because that was the only relief from the constant pain. On a scale of 0–10, my pain was an 11! (Seriously!) The pain ran down my right leg often causing loss of feeling in my right foot affecting my walking. I have had back pain for most of my adult life including surgery in 2001 which was expensive and only helped temporarily. I had tried nearly every treatment known for backs since 2001. I tried epidurals/steroid shots, physical therapy, massage, back surgery, exercise, inversion table and pain medication. I took prescription painkillers until the prescription ran out, then about 12–16 Advil a day. Spinal Decompression has been the only treatment that has significantly helped. I am running again, I am back working out at the gym, I can do just about anything now. I don’t feel limited anymore and I look forward to playing sports again.”
~ Daniel M.

Subjects’ Condition

  • Herniated Discs
  • Bulging Discs
  • Degenerative Discs
  • Failed Back Surgery
  • Facet Syndrome

Prior to Treatment

  • Average Pain Score 6.4 Out of 10
  • Pain Greater Than 6 Months

6 Week Treatment Protocol

  • 20 Treatments

Post Treatment

  • Average Pain Decreased to 0.8 Out of 10
  • Decreased Pain
  • Improved Function
  • Required Fewed Analgesics After Treatment
  • No Safety Issues or Adverse Effects

Study Team: John Leslie, MD, Charlotte Richmond, PhD, Alex Macario, MD, Christian Apfel, MD, Frank Florio, DC, Darren Clair, MD, Martin Auster, MD, Joseph Perfolizzi, MD; Mayo Clinic Arizona, 2NEMA Research, Stanford University, University of California at San Francisco, Axiom Worldwide, Vibrance Medical, Johns Hopkins University
Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. All spinal decompression devices currently registered with the FDA have received their 51O K clearance by claiming their device is substantially similar to predicate traction devices.

Research Shows Spinal Decompression’s

“Excellent” Long Term Effectiveness

Even 4 Years Later!

Increase in Disc Height from Spinal Decompression
Just one of many satisfied patients

“5 years later and still no pain”

“When I had Spinal Decompression treatments 5 years ago I was suffering from severe pain in my lower back and right leg. On a scale from 1–10, my pain was a 10. I was also experiencing some tingling and numbness associated with the pain. I just wanted the pain to go away. I tried epidurals/steroid shots, physical therapy, traditional chiropractic, massage, exercise and pain medication. I was taking about four pain pills a day. I found a Spinal Decompression Clinic on the internet and wondered if spinal decompression would work for me and if I would have to continue the treatment for the rest of my life? As a result of the spinal decompression I am able to walk, sit and stand pain free. And I am back to work with no problems. The pain in my back and my leg is completely gone. I would recommend spinal decompression to everyone.”
~ Gilbert R.

Subjects’ Condition

  • Herniated Discs
  • Degenerated Discs

Prior to Treatment

  • Average pain level 7.41 out of 10

Directly After Treatment

  • Average pain level 3.41 out of 10

4 Years Later

  • 52% had a pain level of zero
  • 91% were able to resume their normal daily activities
  • 87% were working or retired without having back pain as the cause of retirement.

SUMMARY: 71% showed more than 50% reduction in pain immediately after treatment and 86% showed a 50% or better showed a pain reduction at 4 years.


Source: Anesthesiology News, Volume 29, Number 3, March 2003, Robert H. Odell Jr., MD. Ph.D., Boudreau D. DO.
Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. All spinal decompression devices currently registered with the FDA have received their 51O K clearance by claiming their device is substantially similar to predicate traction devices.

Medical Doctors From Stanford and John Hopkins University
Show Patients Rate Spinal Decompression

8.98 out of 10 in Satisfaction

And 100% Would Recommend Spinal Decompression

Increase in Disc Height from Spinal Decompression
Just one of many satisfied patients

“Only 6 weeks later my back and leg feel wonderful”

“I had a herniated disc at L3 and L5, according to my MRI. My right side was in excruciating pain from my disc pushing on my sciatic nerve. My foot was numb and tingly all the time. I was in the E.R. every weekend. I was taking all kinds of pain pills, was in a wheelchair for 2 months and used a walker for 1 month. I knew the pills could cause damage to my liver and kidneys but I didn’t know what else to do. They were also becoming very addictive and that made me scared. I was three days from having back surgery when I saw an ad in the newspaper. I came down to the office and the Doctors explained everything. The Dr’s put me on the Decompression Table and only 6 weeks later my back and leg feel wonderful. No more pain pills for me. I cannot say enough about Spinal Decompression! I recommend it to anyone with back or neck pain.
~ Hilma S.

Subjects’ Condition

  • Herniated Discs
  • Degenerated Discs

Prior to Treatment

  • Average Pain Score 5.99 out of 10
  • Pain lasting great than 12 weeks

Treatment Protocol

  • 23 DRX sessions Over 8 Weeks
  • Lumbar stretching exercises and ice or muscle stimulation

Post Treatment

  • Pain decreased from Average 5.99 to .87 out of 10
  • NSAID and Opioid use went from 65% of patients to <5%
  • Patients reported a mean 90% improvement in back pain
  • Better function as measured by activities of daily living.
  • Patients rated the DRX9000 an 8.98 out of 10 in Satisfaction
  • No patient required more invasive therapies (e.g. surgery)
  • 100% Would recommend DRX to someone else

Source: Alex Macario, MD, MBA, Standford University; Sunil J. Panchal, MD, COPE Foundation, Florida Pain Management; Charlotte Richmond, PhD, Nema Research, Biomedical Research & Education Foundation; Joseph V. Pergolizzi, Jr., MD, Johns Hopkins University & Nema Research
Individual results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. All spinal decompression devices currently registered with the FDA have received their 51O K clearance by claiming their device is substantially similar to predicate traction devices.

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